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Using Lawrence Richards' Hook, Book, Look, and Took method, which is focus, hook,book,look and took method design and present a lesson on the...

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Using Lawrence Richards’ Hook, Book, Look, and Took method, which is focus, hook,book,look and took method design and present a lesson on the Prodigal Son parable Jesus told in Luke 15:11-32 for a bible class ages 11-13.

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The hook, book, look and took method design is used for teaching students the bible for a Sunday morning class. It is inspired by the revelation 13:5-9 and with Matthew 15:11. This is a methodology...

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